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Indian working class to make a policy statement, call for nation-wide strike on November 26.

Published: November 24, 2020
Author: TEXTILE VALUE CHAIN

The Central Government passed three Labour Codes on September 23, 2020, on Industrial Relations, on Social Security and on Occupational Health & Safety, while the entire opposition had boycotted Parliament in protest against suspension of eight opposition Rajya Sabha MPs. This suspension itself was on the pretext of their “unruly behaviour”, when the government bulldozed Agricultural Laws through the Rajya Sabha, brushing aside the opposition’s demand for a vote, on September 21. The entire exercise was in blatant violation of democratic parliamentary procedures. Both the legislations are pro-corporate. They are anti-worker and anti-farmer. The New Education Policy and the Electricity (Amendment) Bill have not even been placed in Parliament and yet they are being pushed for implementation through the BJP state governments!

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